NOTE: Most of the High Level Science Products are unavailable while
unscheduled maintenance is being performed. They will be incrementally
restored over the course of this week. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Online access to the Copernicus archive was made possible by two
NASA ADP programs:
"Access to the Far-Ultraviolet Universe: Three Far-UV Mission
Data Sets" (NRA 92-OSSA-15)
PI: George Sonneborn (NASA/GSFC),
Polidan (NASA/GSFC), Susan Neff (NASA/GSFC), Dan Klinglesmith (NASA/GSFC),
Michael Van Steenberg (NASA/GSFC),
Randy Thompson (CSC), Carol Christian (EUVE), and Tim Carone (EUVE),
"Access to the Far-Ultraviolet Universe: Copernicus and
Voyager/UVS Data Sets" (NRA 94-OSSA-17)
PI: George Sonneborn,
Ron Polidan, Susan Neff, Dan Klinglesmith, Michael Van Steenberg, Ron
Oliversen (NASA/GSFC), Randy Thompson, and Jay Holberg (LPL).
Special acknowledgment should be given to the following
Ron Polidan and Ed Jenkins (Princeton), for invaluable advice,
documentation, and information in general, on the Copernicus project,
Dan Klinglesmith, for creating the original Copernicus raw data
The former CSC IUE Data Analysis Center staff including
Jim Caplinger, Lyla Taylor, Pat Lawton, Mike Carini, and Terry Teays,
for software and database development, creating the original Copernicus
WEB site, and general testing.
the Raytheon/STX ADF staff including Nancy Oliversen, Derck Massa,
and Pat Lawton, for general advice on archiving mission data sets,
Jim Lauroesch (Northwestern University), for describing and
Copernicus data analysis problems and techniques, and
John Rogerson (Princeton), for permission to reprint information
from his Copernicus Spectral Atlas papers.